Chat with Texas pitcher Cat Osterman!

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Welcome to The Show! The NCAA softball super regionals get underway on Friday, with 16 teams fighting for a precious place at the College World Series in Oklahoma City. And as part of ESPN's coverage, with games airing on ESPN, ESPN2 and ESPNU, several star players will be stopping by The Show on ESPN.com to take your questions.

Thursday at 2:30 ET, Texas southpaw ace Cat Osterman will drop by to chat. Arguably the most accomplished player in college softball, and only a junior, Osterman is a finalist for USA Softball National Player of the Year honors. After winning a gold medal in Athens with Team USA at the 2004 Olympics, Osterman has returned the Longhorns to elite status in the college ranks. Osterman is 27-6 this season, boasting a miniscule 0.33 ERA and 519 strikeouts in 234.2 innings. She'll lead Texas against Bethune-Cookman in the super regionals (Friday, 6:30 ET, ESPNU and Satutday, 3:00 ET, ESPNU).

Cat will be stopping by at 2:30 p.m. ET on Thursday, so send your questions now or just join is then!

Check out all of Thursdays softball chats!
1:00 - OU's Heather Scaglione and Kristin Vesely
1:30 - Michigan's Jessica Merchant
2:30 - Texas's Cat Osterman
all times Eastern

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